In the soil?
In the water?
In the air?
|Common Darter, Sympetrum striolatum|
The male clasps the female as they fly through the air and they swoop down over the water in tandem. Then, at the lowest point of the arc the female releases her eggs where they scatter over the water. So, if you said water then you were partially right but she actually drops them from the air.
More fascinating nature facts as this week's #CreteNature Blog explores the area around the village of Stavrohouri in east Crete.
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